There will be a gathering of Bristols at The Bletchingley Arms, 2 High Street, Bletchingley, Redhill, RH1 4PE on Sunday 20th February from 9am until noon. For more details and to register see South East Region Meeting
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As we move into 2022, it would be great to develop better links across the membership. In the UK we are aiming to set up regions based on geographical areas. It is hoped that the co-ordinator would look to arrange gatherings of the members within their area and perhaps working with other co-ordinators to link […]
Over 63,000 people came to the show this year. The BODA stand had a good footfall considering the number of visitors, which was well down on normal. Several people showed interest in joining the club and one signed up on the stand. We had three cars a 403 and two 411’s to show. Many thanks […]
The Pegasus team felt an update on recent and current projects might be of interest to members. Recently, the supplier we had secured for windscreen rubbers decided to retire and his equipment was sold to a supplier who relocated to Poland and so our source was lost. I am glad to say Bill Lawson has […]
For the historically interested amongst us, there is an interesting article in June 2021 issue of The Automobile magazine. Delwyn Mallett relates the story behind the development of the BMW 328 including its remarkable engine which of course eventually went on the power the Bristol 2-litre cars. The author eventually fulfils his dream of getting […]
We have been made aware of the following Press Release from The Frost Group who are the joint liquidators of Bristol Cars Ltd. There is also an article in Car Dealer Magazine.
Colemann Classic Cars has just announced on their Instagram page that Brian Marelli will be back working from 4 May and open for consultations!
Recently two new companies supplying spare parts and services for Bristol cars have been established. They are the Classic Bristol Car Parts Company and Coleman Classic Cars.
The last few weeks has seen a flurry of news releases from Jason Wharton. He has announced plans for the production of a continuation series of cars based on the designs of the Fighter and 411.
A great sell for the 403!
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